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We Knew Little of New Norway

For our next visit we’re going to move a little further north up Highway 21 from Ferintosh to the village of New Norway.  New Norway has a population of less than 300 people but has a lot of interesting old … Continue reading

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Pizza Night in Rowley

If you have followed my blog for any length of time, you’ll know we are big fans of the town of Rowley, Alberta.  Founded in 1910, reaching its zenith in the 1920s, rediscovered as a setting for films and movies … Continue reading

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Scratching the Surface Tour 2017

Can getting there be half the fun when you don’t really know where there is? Continue reading

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Alberta Prairie Railway

In my previous posting, I mentioned how Stettler is known for being the home of Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions.  We had noticed on their schedule that they were going to be running one of their steam engines on the day … Continue reading

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Ice Magic Festival

Last weekend we had the chance to get out to Lake Louise and check out the ice sculptures which were carved as part of the Ice Magic Festival. Ice Magic is an annual event which has taken place for the … Continue reading

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Montana Motels and Mermaids

When it comes to traveler accommodations, there are two main trends we see today.  The first is blandness.  The market is dominated by large chains run by faceless corporations which strive to provide the same experience no matter where you … Continue reading

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Airports and Flying

I love airports.  While the actual act of flying has become routine and downright boring, airports continue to fascinate me.  Over the last seventeen months airports have become second nature to me.  Not all airports, but YYC, YVR, YYZ, and ORD are … Continue reading

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